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Second video in a playlist on YouTube - "Round the towers"

Weeting - the tower and castle

Taking in the village of Weeting on a tour by Royal Enfield motorbike along the byways of Norfolk, in search of the famous churches with round towers.

The video will be published as one of a playlist series.

"The tarmac began to peter out at this point to become a gravel track."

"I rounded a bend, and the glorious round tower came into view.
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From the archive: To bring a sword

Flowering Rifle Flowering Rifle
An on-going passsage-by-passage reading of Roy Campbell’s epic poem of the Spanish Civil War. He is an exultant nationalist and celebrates not only feats of arms but achievements of organisation, making live poetry out of the economics and agriculture of Franco's Spain.
John Dunn

Just a thought: In undertaking the journey of writing this book, I never expected to end up where I did - and it all started with a question. Those who would also resist the subsumption of the self into the amorphous, commodified and brutalised herd must first ask the question too - ‘who am I?’ Come with me, the road is long and hard, but unless travelled all is lost. (Child of Encounter) John Dunn

The Oxford to Cambridge Arc 2 The Oxford to Cambridge Arc 2
Further additions to the project, starting with the Gosford Bridge to Buckingham leg of Ogilby's 1675 Oxford to Cambridge route.
John Dunn

 

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Gentle motorcycle touring on a Royal Enfield Classic 500.

The historical, quirky and unusual features of the English countryside seen from the saddle are captured on video.

Join me as I follow maps, park up and take a look around.

"...I love riding these quiet country lanes - the type of road on which this Royal Enfield excels, with its low revving, low compression, long stroke engine just chugging away, able to pull even the lowest speeds on this type of road in its highest gear. It all makes for a very satisfying way to travel around when seeking out the historic, the unusual and the quirky points of interest from the English landscape."

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A podcast by John Dunn.

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Original writing read by the author.


A podcast by John Dunn.

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Original writing read by the author.




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